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target marketing ———— 目标营销(营销术语)英文释义 (MARKETING) A strategy in which a group of potential customers are identified, studied, and then approached with promotions designed specifically to interest them in making purchases.例句 Our company wasted a lot of money on advertising until we adopted a target marketing approach to advertise our projects only to the kind of people who buy them, rather than to the general public.我们公司做广告白花了很多钱,直到我们采取了目标营销方式,只向购买我们项目的人做宣传,不再面向普通民众。 /201606/450528New Polls Show A Shifting US Presidential Race最新民调显示美总统选情变化不定Some new public opinion polls suggest a close and volatile presidential race in the months ahead.  一些新的民意调查结果显示,今后几个月美国总统竞选的选情将非常接近和变化不定。Some good news for Hillary Clinton in her battle with Barack Obama for the Democratic Party's presidential nomination.  对于正在与奥巴马争夺民主党总统候选人提名的希拉里.克林顿来说,现在有了一些好消息。The latest Gallup poll has Clinton pulling ahead of Obama by a margin of 49 to 42 percent. 最新的盖洛普民意调查结果显示,希拉里.克林顿以49%比42%领先于奥巴马。But there was also good news for the presumed Republican presidential nominee, Senator John McCain. The latest Reuters-Zogby poll shows McCain beating Obama by a margin of 46 to 40 percent, and defeating Clinton by a margin of 48 to 40 percent. 对于被认为已经获得共和党总统候选人提名的麦凯恩来说,也有一些好消息。最新的路透社-佐格比民意调查结果显示,麦凯恩将以46%比40%击败奥巴马,以48%比40%击败希拉里.克林顿。McCain was in Britain Thursday as part of a congressional trip to Europe and the Middle East. 麦凯恩星期四访问英国,这是他作为国会议员出访欧洲和中东地区的组成部分。After a meeting with Prime Minister Gordon Brown, McCain said he appreciated British military efforts in Iraq. 麦凯恩在会晤英国首相布朗后表示,他感谢英国在伊拉克做出的军事努力。"All I can do is express my gratitude to the British government and people, and especially the young people who are serving," said McCain. 他说:“我所能做的只是向英国政府和人民,特别是向那些正在役的年轻人表示感激之情。”McCain has made victory in Iraq the centerpiece of his presidential campaign, and has criticized Democrats Clinton and Obama for advocating a gradual withdrawal of U.S. troops from Iraq. 麦凯恩把打赢伊拉克战争作为竞选的中心议题,并批评民主党候选人希拉里.克林顿和奥巴马主张逐步从伊拉克撤军。Obama took his presidential campaign to West Virginia where he said the half trillion dollar cost of the Iraq war was a drag on the U.S. economy.200803/31664

Jimmy Carter Holds Peace Talks With Hamas Leaders in Egypt卡特会哈玛斯领袖招以美官员抗议  Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter has sparked an outcry of protest from Israeli and American officials for his decision to meet with Hamas leaders during a week-long visit to the Middle East. Although he received a cold welcoming in Israel in recent days, he was warmly received by Egyptian officials and a large supportive audience during a speech at the American University in Cairo late Thursday.  美国前总统卡特决定在为期一个星期的中东之行中会晤哈玛斯领导人招致以色列和美国官员的一片抗议。尽管本星期早些时候,卡特在以色列受到冷冰冰的接待,但他在埃及受到热烈的欢迎。星期四晚上卡特在开罗的美利坚大学发表演说的时候,听众大都表示持他。 Mr. Carter spoke to an audience of at least 1,000 people at the American University in Cairo. 卡特在开罗的美利坚大学发表演说,听众至少有一千人。Most members of the audience made it clear that they saw him as breaking barriers by holding talks with Hamas.  大部分听众表示,卡特跟哈玛斯领导人举行会谈是一种破除障碍的行动。Hamas, which won the Palestinian parliamentary elections in 2006 and has ruled the Gaza Strip since it seized power there in June, is labeled a terrorist organization by the ed States. 哈玛斯在2006年赢得巴勒斯坦议会选举,并从去年6月夺取加沙地带权力之后一直统治著加沙。美国认定哈玛斯是一个恐怖主义组织。But after a three-hour long talk with Hamas officials earlier in the day and photos circulating of the ex-US president being embraced by a Hamas official, Mr. Carter seemed to have whole-hearted support by the mostly Arab audience he spoke to. 但是,在跟哈玛斯官员举行了三个小时的会谈,以及卡特前总统受到一个哈玛斯官员拥抱的照片流传开来之后,卡特似乎受到了大部分是阿拉伯人的听众的全心持。Mr. Carter, a Nobel Peace Prize winner who brokered the historic peace agreement between Egypt and Israel three decades ago, strongly defended his reasons for meeting with Hamas. 卡特是诺贝尔和平奖得主。三十年前经过他的斡旋,埃及和以色列达成了历史性的和平协议。卡特为跟哈玛斯领导人会晤的理由做出了强烈的辩护。"I don't think anyone would doubt that in order to have peace in the Holy Land you have to have involved Hamas, which won the election as you know in January 2006," said Jimmy Carter. "Got 44 per cent of the votes, majority of parliament members. They have to be involved in some way in the final peace agreement."  卡特说:“我不认为有谁怀疑,为了在圣地达成和平,就必须让哈玛斯参与。大家知道,哈玛斯在2006年1月赢得了选举,得到44%的选票,以及大部分的议会席位。他们必须以某种方式参与最终的和平协议。”During his visit to Israel early this week all of the country's senior political leaders except for ceremonial President Shimon Peres declined to meet with Mr. Carter. 在他本星期早些时候访问以色列期间,除了没有实权的总统佩雷斯之外,以色列政界大部分高级领导人都拒绝跟卡特会晤。Israeli officials also rejected Mr. Carter's request to visit the Gaza Strip, which is governed by Hamas but whose border is controlled by Israel.  以色列官员也拒绝准许卡特前往加沙地带访问的要求。加沙地带的政府在哈玛斯控制之下,但是,加沙的边境是以色列控制的。Mr. Carter's speech late Thursday in Cairo comes just one day after an Israeli air strike killed 21 people in the Gaza Strip.  在卡特星期四晚上在开罗发表演说之前的一天,以色列在加沙进行空袭,导致21人死亡。"My hope is that there will be no more rockets coming out of Gaza and that was my primary request to Hamas leaders and I hope they will comply," said Carter. "And if they do comply my hope is that Israel will not launch any more attacks as they did yesterday within which I think 21 people died. If that conflict can stop then I will be quite pleased. I am not blaming one side or another. But any act, any act by Israelis or Palestinians that causes deaths of innocent civilians in my opinion, in my definition is an act of terrorism." 卡特说:“我希望,加沙地带不会再有火箭发射出来。这是我对哈玛斯的领导人的主要要求。我希望他们会遵守我的要求。假如他们遵守我的要求,我希望以色列不会再像昨天一样进行空袭。据我所知,昨天的空袭造成21人死亡。假如这种冲突可以停止的话,我会非常高兴。我没有责备任何一方。但是,任何一种行动,无论是以色列的还是巴勒斯坦人的,假如导致无辜平民死亡,按照我的定义来说就是恐怖主义。”The former U.S. president explained that he is not a mediator between any two parties nor is he representing the U.S.government during this trip. Despite his unofficial tour of the region, Mr.Carter met with Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak and Egypt's intelligence chief Omar Suleiman. He has planned meetings in Damascus Friday with Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad as well as Hamas' top leader Khaled Meshaal. 这位前美国总统解释说,他现在不是任何两方的调停人,他在中东之行期间也不代表美国政府。尽管他对中东地区的这次访问是非官方的,卡特还是会晤了埃及总统穆巴拉克,以及埃及情报部门总监苏莱曼。他计划星期五在大马士革会晤叙利亚总统阿萨德,以及哈玛斯领袖哈利德.迈沙阿勒。200804/35760

Television first. Prince Charles and his two sons, William and Harry sat down recently for an interview with two popular English TV hosts. Now in a N exclusive: The Heirs to British Throne, (to The British Throne) opened up about what life is like behind the castle walls. The younger Royals say they are just like most 20-somethings. They are big fans of the American Idol.He won't admit it, but we did both watch it and especially the American Pop Idol Oh! Well, we that wasn't so good though...No, we didn't... But the, the cut outs were so good.Yeah, beyond visions...Have You guys got the same sense of humor? Do you watch the same comedy programs?Yeah, we, we tend to mostly the same sort of , yeah, with a lot same sort of things, although there's usually an argument over the remote control at home about who watches what, (Oh! really?) um, that usually goes on quite a while.Friends is always the safe bet.Yeah!How about the cooking skills of two of the most eligible bachelors in the world? That's what we eat to be a good cook.(inaudible)I've done a bit at university when I was at university (why?) I did the cooking, I had to feed my flatmates , which was quite hard work (right) because I kind of made quite a lot, but it's um, I wasn't very good at it neither.This rare glance of royal life will highlight the 30th anniversary celebration of the Princes' Trust, a charity founded by Charles to help the underprivileged, which included a star-studded benefit concert with performances by the Bee Gees and Ozzy Osbourne.I find some of the programs we, we started for people just helps to, to develop their abilities, you know, and, and suddenly particularly people you know who've been offenders can be completely transformed (yeah), much to everybody's amazement. Sounds kick start their, their lives and...So what it did I think is, is investment in, in the future. But when the future of their sporting life comes up in the royals case their passion for polo, it's Prince Charles who would like a lot of dads has come to admit he can no longer keep up with his boys. The last time I played with them in a, in a tournament we really wanted to win, and I get(got) this stuff, you know, shouted at me sily old father, get on with it , the usual thing and I was trying too hard this role, but I was trying too hard I remember doing it. I had to turn the pony very fast, the next thing, I mean the thing that the pony came down sideways, and I must have landed absolutely smack on my head. Anyway, completely fell me. He said, Papa's just snoring you see, and there I was busily swallowingmy tongue and quietly dying. Remember you told me that. (I remember it very well, you get up) Anyway I was, I was taken off in an ambulance. That was the last time I played with them, the pressure was too great, I think. Papa, we won the game. 200809/49231How likely that technology will destroy those who invented it? The Drake Equation doesn’t exactly narrow the field. Depending on the variables, the number of intelligent civilizations could be zero or a billion or any number in between. Richard Dawkins thinks the last factor in the equation might explain why the heavens are so silent. "It’s been rather pessimistically suggested that when a civilization anywhere in the universe becomes advanced enough to, say, develop radio telescopes or the ability to communicate by radio over vast distances. That level of technology, almost inevitably, is close to...., destroying itself by atom bombs or similar weapons of mass destruction. Now if this is true, it could be an answer to the question--why haven’t we heard from other forms of life."It’s also possible that an intelligent civilization might have more in common with our machines than ourselves."A really advanced civilization might have gone beyond biology to develop machine intelligence. Machine intelligence could sp throughout the galaxy a lot more easily than biology could. So it maybe that if we pick up a signal, it’s not from biology at all, it’s from a machine, a thinking machine."If thinking machines populate another world, they may have evolved not from carbon molecules as we did, but from silicon, the same kind of silicon that’s the basis of computer technology. Silicon is not all that different to carbon."Just possibly, you could imagine a kind of fantasy science fiction life which was not carbon-based but silicon-based. But you don’t have to go to silicon, you could, you could have other kinds of carbon-based organic life which would be very, very different from life on this planet as we know it and still be living. "To stand a chance of supporting carbon-based life, there must be water. Water is essential to life as we know it. We have no evidence that life could exist on another moon or planet without water. As new moons and planets are discovered, there are bursts of hope that some life, other than life familiar to us, is out there. 1995 saw great excitement when a brand-new planet was detected. Two Swiss astronomers spotted the planet beyond our own solar system. For the first time, a planet had been found orbiting another star. Within a year of this discovery, more new planets were announced. This time, the glory belonged to two American astronomers using the Licht Telescope in San Francisco. It was this great instrument that caught the light from a distant star and showed the world that planetary systems may be common. The planet finders were Jeff Marcy and Paul Butler, and no one was as surprised about it as they were." When Jeff first suggested that we might find planets, it seemed like an outrageous idea, but still, it was, you know, a lot more exciting than most anything else I could imagine, so I jumped at the chance to look for planets, I didn’t know if it would ever work and it’s been a long long struggle to get here. "words in this passagepopulate:to live in an area or place 居住在…中。eg:The settlers began to move inland and populate the river valleys.science fiction :books, films or cartoons about an imagined future, especially about space travel or other planets科幻,科学幻想小说(亦作: sci-fi)stand a chance of :有...的希望see: 这里的用法与witness相同: When a place or period witnesses a particular event, the event happens in that place or during that periodeg: The past few years have witnessed momentous changes throughout Eastern Europe.brand-new: completely new, especially not yet used:崭新的jump at sth:to accept something eagerly:欣然接受eg:She jumped at the chance of a trip to Paris.200808/46530Residency居住咨询A:Professor Zhang, recently I am working on a paper about immigration. I ran across some difficulties in my paper. Could you help me out?A:张教授,最近我正在写一篇关于入境的论文,现在我的论文遇到一点麻烦,您能帮我解决一下吗?B:Yes, sure. What is it? Just go ahead. I have told you that do not hesitate to turn to me whenever you are in trouble.B: 当然可以啊。是什么问题?尽管问吧。我不是跟你们说过吗?无论什么时候遇到问题都一定要来找我。A:Thank you do much. Thats very kind of you. There is a chapter in my paper about the right of residency a foreigner has in another country. Could you give some information about it?A:真的非常感谢您。您实在是太好了。我的论文中有一章是关于外国人入境者的居留权问题,您能给我讲讲这方面的知识吗?B: No problem. In accordance with the laws in the host country and abtain long-term, short term or permanent residency.B: 没问题。根据所在国的法律和有关的国际条约或协定,可以在该国短期、长期或永久居留。A: Amazing. Does it mean that any foreigner can obtain residency?A:真是不可思议。这是不是说任何一个外国入境者都有居留权?B: Not exactly. Foreigners who can not obtain long term residency before he or she asks for and gets permission.B: 不完全是这样的。外国人未经请求并获得许可不能在一国领土内长期居留。A: So, if a foreigner wants to obtain long term residency in another country, he or she has to apply for it first and then wait for permission.A:因此,假如外国公民想获得长期居留权就必须先申请然后再等候被批准。B: You are perfectly right.B: 你说的完全正确。A: Are there any regulations and rules for foreigners to obey if they obtain residency in another country?A:当外国人所在国取得居留权后有什么要遵守的规章制度吗?B: Of course there are. The obligations and rights of a foreigner are stipulated by the host country while he or she is in the period of residency. Foreigners ought to obey the laws and regulations of the host country.B: 当然有。外国人在居留期间的权利和义务有居住国的法律规定。外国人应遵守居住过的法律。A: So, these are the obligations foreigners must obey, right?A:那么这些就是外国人要遵守的规章制度了,对吗?B: Yes. And at the same time the host country is responsible for protecting the lawful rights and interests of them.B: 是的,不过与此同时,居住国对外国人的合法权益应予以保护。 /201603/430564

Wild Europe - Genesis 肇始之初- 1Europe, an ancient continent. Within its borders lies unrivalled richness of both natural and human wonders.At its northern limits, Europe reaches into the icy wastes of the high Arctic. To the south and west, its fringes have been shaped by the Mediterranean Sea and Atlantic Ocean. Far to the east, it is bounded by the primeval forests of Russia, rubbing shoulders with Asia. These boundaries enclose an area just half the size of North America, yet 713,000,000 people make Europe their home. It's hard to find a space unmarked by human occupation. The Europe that we see today is the product of a long and complex history. Thousands of years of settlements, invasions, revolutions and inventions have allowed us to reorder nature's ancient patterns to suit our needs. On a human time scale, the story of the changing face of Europe seems immense, but there is an even more extraordinary story to be told, one that stretches back half a billion years, and tells of the events that have really shaped the continent. 8,000 years ago, the skyscrapers of Frankfurt would have risen over endless primeval wildwood, stretching from Lisbon to Leningrad. Over the last 2 million years, Europe has seesawed between perishing cold and stifling heat. During the Ice Ages, Amsterdam and London would have been smothered by huge glaciers.words and expressionswastes:large areas of land that are not cultivated and have few living animals or plants荒地fringe:the outer or less important part of an area, group or activity边缘,四周rub shoulders with sth:和...接触also: rub shoulders with sb.rub elbows with sb.to meet and spend time with:与某人有来往eg:She claims that she rubs shoulders with royalty all the time.tell of:讲述seesaw:vi.to change repeatedly from one emotion, situation, etc. to another and then back again交替;起伏200809/47158I think it is quite important and in particular what it shows is that engagement with China can work. And that’s what we are attempting to do in this strategic economic dialogue and many other issues that are being discussed. This is one item that was led by US trade representative ambassador Susan Schwab addressing concerns that we have with respect to Chinese subsidies, particularly export subsidies and subsidies we would say that you need to…that a Chinese company would need to import domestic goods as opposed to imported goods. But this really does show that when we have a chance to work through the issues and to work on them collaboratively that we can get a mutually beneficial result. I think that’s in particular the significance here.But you've got some very very big issues indeed to deal with. You've got the issue of Chinese respect of intellectual property, you got the issue of China’s opening up its market to international financial services, and above all you've got the fact that the Chinese, said in newer estimation, keep their currency the RMB yuan artificially low against the dollar. It’s ganna take a long time, isn’t it, to get real progress on those issues?Well, some of these issues are ones that we are able to make progress on. That’s the focus of what we call our strategic economic dialogue to be able to address the long-term strategic issues that we really need to be able to address over the long term. These are issues like energy and the environment, issues on, as you indicate, getting them to appreciate their currency more rapidly. All the issues with respect to having them accelerate the development of their financial sector, issues on investment, issues for example on integrity of trade consumer protection and product safety. So those are all issues… (Let's) Please go ahead CharlesYes, Sorry, ambassador I mean those are obviously, don’t let's get in too far down the laundry list. I mean, those are all important issues but the fact is sure you don’t have that much leverage—the Chinese sell an enormous number of goods that people in America want to buy, hence the deficit on the one hand; on the other hand, you would be very worried if the reserves that the Chinese are holding in dollars were suddenly to go over to Euros or some other currencies essentially they've got all the leverage, you don’t have much, right?Well, I think there are two important pieces of leverage those apply with respect to America, they also apply with respect to Europe. And that is continued access to those two markets which is something that the Chinese certainly are very interested in. The other piece of leverage is all of these questions are once where the Chinese do recognize. That it's important for them on consumer product safety to protect the Chinese brand. They recognized that it is important for them to move to a more flexible exchange rate and what we are focusing on with them is not so much the direction of reform but the pace of reform. Notes:with respect to: pertaining to, concerning...200807/43511Democratic Primaries Nearing an End美民主党人本星期结束初选 Democrats in the ed States cast their final ballots this week in primary elections for the party's presidential nomination. Senator Hillary Clinton has won a commanding victory in the Democratic presidential primary election held in the U.S. territory of Puerto Rico Sunday. Despite Clinton's victory, party frontrunner Obama has drawn close to claiming the party's presidential nomination. Party officials say they want the hard-fought race to come to an end so the process of unifying Democrats behind one candidate can begin. 美国民主党人这个星期将为党内总统候选人提名举行的初选中投最后一次票。民主党官员说,他们希望这个艰难的提名争夺战尽快结束,这样民主党人就可以开始团结在一个候选人周围。Months after the first primaries and caucuses were held in the snows of Iowa and New Hampshire, the long primary process is coming to an end with early summer contests in Puerto Rico, Montana and South Dakota. 几个月前,在大雪纷飞的寒冬,民主党在爱奥华和新罕布什尔州拉开了党内提名初选和基层党团选举的序幕。如今,波多黎各、蒙塔那,以及南达科他州也将在初夏开始的时候举行初选,使漫长的初选程序趋向结束。At this point, Illinois Senator Barack Obama has an overall lead in delegates pledged to vote for him at the national party convention in August. 目前,伊利诺伊州的参议员巴拉克.奥巴马在整体代表数目上领先于纽约州参议院克林顿,这些代表保在8月举行的民主党全国代表大会上投他一票。But New York Senator Hillary Clinton has won more votes overall - with primary victories in such populous states as California and Texas. 而克林顿因为在加利福尼亚和德克萨斯等人口众多的大州获胜,她赢得了更多选民的投票。Both are appealing to a pool of convention delegates that are not determined by primary or caucus results and are free to vote as they choose at the party convention. They are likely to provide the winning edge. 两人目前都在争取不受初选或是基层党团选举限制的全国代表大会的超级代表的票,超级代表们可以在大会上自由投票,因此,他们很可能决定最后的定局。Party Chairman Howard Dean is urging these so-called super delegates to make up their minds as quickly as possible. 民主党主席霍华德.迪恩敦促这些所谓的超级代表尽快作出决定。He appeared on the A television broadcast This Week. 迪恩这个星期在美国广播公司的节目中露面。"This needs to end in the month of June," said Dean. "We do not want to go to the convention and have a big fight at the convention and lose the presidency." 他说:“这必须在6月份结束。我们不要在举行全国代表大会时还相持不下,最后在竞选总统中失败。”Dean acknowledges the nomination process has created deep divisions in the party, and says Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton will have to come together to heal the wounds."They know that," he said. "These are two real professional folks who have been around a long time. And I think they value their country more than their party and that is the most important thing."He spoke one day after Democratic Party officials announced an agreement aimed at resolving a dispute over primary election votes in two key states: Florida and Michigan. 在迪恩发表这番讲话的前一天,民主党官员宣布了一项协议,目的在于解决佛罗里达和密西根这两个重要的州有关初选票数的争执。Both stood to lose all their convention delegates because they defied party rules by holding their primaries too early. 这两个州由于无视民主党的规定,过早提前举行初选投票, 而将失去全国代表大会的代表席位。In a compromise, party officials agreed to include delegates from both states, but to give each delegate only half a vote. 为达成妥协,民主党有关官员同意将这两个州的代表包括在内,但仅给每位代表一半的投票权。The Clinton campaign - which won both states - took strong issue with the allocation of delegates. In a number of Sunday television interviews, campaign officials were defiant, and called the decision unfair. 克林顿在这两个州都获得胜利,她的竞选阵营对于这种代表票数的分配方式表示强烈反对。在星期天的几个电视节目采访中, 克林顿竞选阵营官员表示不,认为这项决定不公平。Campaign Chairman Terry McAuliffe said the battle for the nomination will go on until either candidate gets a majority of the convention delegates. 克林顿竞选活动负责人特里.麦考利夫说,党内提名选战将继续下去,直到其中一位候选人赢得全国代表的多数。"We are not going anywhere until someone has the magic number to become the nominee of the party," he said. 他说:“在某个候选人获得党内提名所需的多数代表之前,我们不会放弃。”Top Obama supporters say they do not expect an imminent end to the campaign. But they do say they have the momentum, and they expect more super delegates to fall into their column in the coming days. 奥巴马的主要持者说,他们预期竞选活动不会立即结束。但是他们说,他们的选势正旺,并预计未来几天会有更多的超级代表表态持奥巴马。Former Congressman David Bonior says the trend is moving in Senator Obama's direction. And he indicates the Obama campaign is y to start mending fences with Senator Clinton and look ahead to the general election campaign against the presumptive Republican nominee, Senator John McCain. 前国会议员尼奥尔说,选情正向有利于奥巴马参议员的方向发展。他说,奥巴马竞选阵营准备开始同克林顿参议员修好,并把目光放在同预期是共和党总统提名人的麦凯恩参议员在全国展开的大选角逐上。"This has been a difficult, long arduous race for all the candidates involved," said Bonior. "And she has fought with a lot of courage and Senator Clinton has broken some barriers here, important barriers. And I think it is important for people to understand that and they need to be respected for that, for the efforts they have made." 尼奥尔说:“对所有的候选人来说,这是一次困难和持久的选战。克林顿参议员以非凡的勇气进行竞选,并打破了一些很重要的障碍。我认为,人们应理解这一点,对他们所做的努力表示尊敬,这一点很重要。”Bonior appeared on the Fox News Sunday television program. 尼奥尔是星期天在福克斯新闻的电视节目上说这番话的。200806/40803

8 合同更改与中止3句英文任你选The contract will be renewed annually.合同每年更新一次。If one side fails to honor the contract, the other side is entitled to cancel it.如果一方未执行合同条款,另一方有权中止本合同。The contract can be cancelled by mutual agreement.合同经双方同意,可以废除。半个句型要记牢fail to do (未能……)Tip:fail表示;失败;,通常用做不及物动词。表示在某一方面失败,通常用介词in。如 He failed in business. (他经商失败。 );表示;(考试)不及格 fail可用作及物或不及物动词(以及物动词为多见),所以以下各例中 fail后的介词 ln均可以省略 He failed (in) his driving-test. (他驾驶考试没及格。 );而且,其后可接不定式,意为;不能;;没有;;忘记;等。如: He failed to pass the exam. (他考试没有及格。) /201604/434119We were invited to open up a store there. We did very well. And then all of a sudden it was reported by a local blogger that perhaps we were being disrespectful of the history and culture of China. And I think for us as soon as that occured, you know we took a step back and said we don't wanna do anything that would dilute the integrity of the heritage of culture of the Chinese people. And if they want us to leave, we will leave. And I think we did that very respectfully and walked away. And I think many other companies probably would have fought it, but we didn't. And there's lots of opportunities for us and we don't want to do anything that would be inconsistent with how people would view an outsider. I'd like to open this up now to our audience here the China Europe International Business School and our first question today comes from Robert Zhang. Robert. OK. Thank you. I'm Robert CEIBS first year student. I want to ask you a question about the price. Price? Yeah. Starbucks' products are expensive but it also means a fashionable experience, right? So can you tell me the reason can you tell me why people want to keep, er, want to get a premium?I wouldn't say Starbucks' coffee is expensive. I would say it's a premium product in a premium price based on what it is we deliver to the consumer. And the price of coffee that we buy is significantly higher in price than most people in the coffee business. And then in terms of what it is we do to deliever on the experience, people really do feel that there is good value for the experience and what happens in the Starbucks store. Hi, I'm Aleksandra Krainski CEIBS exchange student from Germany. Uh, we know that China is a nation of tea drinkers. How do you make it a nation of coffee drinkers and have you ever thought of adding a tea chain to your business, Starbucks tea? Another good question. So you know where they came from. I think it's, it's, I was talking about coming to China and being respectful of the heritage here. Starbucks is not coming to China to displace the love that people have for tea. We are coming to China to create a complementary beverage experience. So we have been in the tea business for over 30 years, but it's less than 1% of our sales. I don't think that there's an economic model that I can see for traditional tea store in our future. Let's go to Sher Le now. Sher Le? My question is we've heard of the cappucino and other different products you have introduced. Well I was wondering what products have not needed or any ideas that did not work? I'll give you one idea that was a big failure, and it was my personal idea. A few years back I had the brilliant idea that we should publish our own magazine. And you know on paper it looked like a great opportunity. All the people coming into our stores, you see them ing, uh, we sell lots of newspapers in our stores. Why don't we just create our own magazine? You know there's a hundred magazines or a thousand magazines out there that are fantastic. Not good enough for us, we'll do our own. And we got a great partner. And it was a timing. And we invested millions of dollars, fantastic-looking magazine, great editor and no one bought it. And we lost our shirt. And I have a rack of those magazines sitting permanently in my own office to try and remind myself and others a very important I think business lesson and that is, it's one thing to learn from your mistakes but sometimes you have to celebrate them. And the one thing that I do not wanna do at Starbucks is, is have the kind of failure where we start discouraging creativity and entrepreneurship. I'm very fond of encourging our people to recognize that our success is not an entitlement. It has to be earned. And we have no right to enduring success unless we continue to be relevant and close to the consumer. But there's a real balance here. The world is changing so quickly and the consumer has so many choices that the important thing is not only staying relevant but the important thing is preserving and enhancing your core business. So that it is not diluted by other things that you do. And this is a, an art not a science.Notes:Lose one's shirt: Face financial ruin, go bankrupt200807/43621laundry list ---- 细目清单(成语)英文释义(IDIOM) A long, random list of items, minor duties, or activities.例句When I need to travel to a foreign country, I always have a laundry list of various tasks that must be done first.当需要去外国旅行时,我总是带着一份详细的请单,上面的事情都是首先要做的。 /201609/466458

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